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Uri Geller: Is that what Michael Jackson said about the allegations under hypnosis?

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11/13/2019 9:27 pm

Uri Geller is certain that Michael Jackson wasn't a pervert. The 72-year-old does not believe in the allegations of the 'Leaving Neverland' documentary. After meeting the artist personally and speaking to him, he is firmly convinced of his innocence.

According to Uri Geller, Michael Jackson never sexually abused little boys. In an interview with the US revolver newspaper 'National Enquirer', he now revealed that the King of Pop, who died in 2009, had personally told him that there was nothing to the allegations.

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"I couldn't take it anymore"

The pop legend and he met in a recording studio in New York so that the mentalist could cure him of his cravings for fast food under hypnosis. "While Michael was in a very deep trance state, I asked him, 'Have you ever touched a child immorally?'" The mentalist recalls. "He said, 'No, I would never do that.'"

He also reveals in the interview: "I asked him why he paid Jordan Chandler." The 12-year-old Chandler is the first boy to publicly accuse the pop star of sexual abuse.

In the context of an out-of-court settlement, the singer paid him $ 20 million. “Michael replied, 'I couldn't take it anymore. I've had enough, '”reports the entertainer. “For me it was proof that Michael was innocent. It was very powerful. He was like a child who was never allowed to grow up, but he was a genius. "